Distance Services extends the reach of the Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center (HSLIC) to the state of New Mexico by providing access to and training in health information resources to healthcare professionals, public health workers, schools, libraries, community organizations with a health-related mission, and members of the public. Distance Services also offers support to faculty and students affiliated with the University of New Mexico who are involved in community health-related projects. The Native American Health Information Services (NAHIS), offers health resources and training to healthcare providers serving Native Americans, the Native American community at the University of New Mexico, and community members of the 22 Native nations in New Mexico.
Distance services focuses on health information resource access/delivery, development and training. Visit individual links below for more information.
|Patricia Bradley, MLS is the Native and Distance Services Librarian